Watch out for new teen drivers heading back to school

WACO -- As a teen, few experiences come close to being handed the car keys for the first time.

22 West Nile cases confirmed in McLennan County

MCLENNAN COUNTY -- More cases of West Nile Virus are confirmed in Central Texas. As of today there are 22 total cases confirmed in McLennan County with 12 cases reported in July and 10 cases so far in August.

Stuff the Bus drive sends 330 low-income kids to school with supplies

WACO -- Over 300 low-income kids are now equipped with school supplies thanks to you and the Waco Salvation Army's Stuff the Bus drive.

Texas communities empower residents to prepare for wildfires

COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Following a record-setting 2011 wildfire season, Texans are taking steps to prepare for dangerous blazes.

Court rules Texas can ban Planned Parenthood from health program

A federal court has ruled in favor of Texas, which wants to ban state funding for Planned Parenthood affiliates participating in a health program for low-income women because the family planning network performs abortions.

Government asks court to allow Fort Hood murder case to continue

The government has asked an appeals court to allow the trial against Maj.

Only Four Chefs Remain on "Hell's Kitchen"

   Clemenza Caserta Eliminated from Competition

West Nile outbreak largest ever in U.S.

The recent West Nile virus outbreak is the largest ever seen in the United States, according to new numbers from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Winemakers thrilled with this year's weather, best harvest to date

BRYAN -- While many farmers across the U.S. have been struggling this summer in one of the worst droughts to ever hit the Midwest, grape growers here in Central Texas have been thriving in these weather conditions.

Vacant home now ashes, family suspects arson

WACO -- A house fire in Waco may be connected to two others after family members tell us three of their properties have all turned to ash this year.